16 Jun

How to use Custom Attributes within Swagger in .NET


The Swagger framework is a very handy framework to create, document and test your API’s. By default it already supports or has a lot of attributes in the .NET Framework. However sometimes you’ll want to add your own attributes so you’re able to add specific information. In this post I want to show you how you can add your own custom attributes and add specific info to your Swagger file.

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28 Feb

Download files from an FTP directory in .NET

FTP is already a very old technology. The original specification for the File Transfer Protocol was written by Abhay Bhushan and published as RFC 114 on 16 April 1971, which makes it over 45 years old!
Unfortunately when you come in contact with some older software FTP is quite often used as an easy way to store files on the web. Nowadays you’re far better of using Microsoft Azure Blob Storage.
But if you’re feeling nostalgic or if you ever feel the need to download some files from an FTP, this piece of code might help you out.

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02 Feb

Simple .NET chat application with Azure Service Bus Topics and SignalR

Azure Service Bus
The heyday of chat rooms are long past us, but nowadays almost every popular application has some sort of chat functionality implemented. Some even make a separate application just to improve and create new features.
So if you ever felt like creating your own chat functionality for your website or application, Azure Service Bus Topics is your man.

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